Skip to main content

About your Search

Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5
Mar 4, 2014 12:00pm PST
is -- petroglyphs. >> okay wait. pet row aggressives? >> pet row aggressive -- p. e. t. r. o. g. l. y. p. h. s.. >> perfect. you got it. >> pet row aggressives. >> that's right. >> i get a round of applause too. >> you are 4-4. >> what is frank mallicoat? >> i think he only got one right today. >> is that right? 1-what? >> you and i both know he's a horrible speller. >> but he is -- he's great at trying and that's fun watching him struggle through those. >> i think we need to start asking you now. >> no because i'm a horrible speller too. >> can you spell commercial? [ laughter ] can you spell break? >> yeah, hurry up. >>> all right, well instant fame for delivering a pizza. meet the man who made his showbiz debut at the oscars. ,,,, covered california is howet californians can take advantage of the affordable care act. we can help you get quality health insurance right now. to sign up, call 800-890-7561 or go to you can also use our website to find local, in-person help. there's not much time left - open enrollment ends soon. so call 800-890-7561, or go to, and ge
Mar 5, 2014 7:00am PST
few been accompanied by so many. >> you got to row peter. >> i'm going it. >> it doesn't move with only one side. >> i'm doing it. there we go. >> that's great. >> all right, peter. great to have you with us from los angeles. good morning. >> good morning. >> so the prime minister saw the film. what's his reaction? >> well he actually saw it for the first time last night. his reaction was, why didn't you do two hours? he was thrilled. it's never enough. what can i say? but he was really thrilled because for the first time he actually got a chance to get out of the office and show me his country through his eyes. >> and to see him in plain clothes was pretty fun. how did you two get together? >> well, this started about 13 years ago when we did the very first one with the king of jordan. since then, we always wanted to go to israel. it's just a matter of finding the right amount of time. a five or six-day window in his schedule. very difficult to get. it took a long time to do. when we finally did it he couldn't help himself. he couldn't wait to get out of the off
Mar 4, 2014 6:00pm PST
. ♪ title.. unless they get a br beater. kpix 5 reporter ryan takeo s us: it's no >>> a basketball team can't defend their title unless they get a buzzer beater. kpix 5's ryan takeo says a paperwork is what happened. >> they have won the east bay sectionals five years in a row. they all want it this year. they played one more game than athletic rules allow, though. the coach says it's his mistake. >> i'm hurting because i see my kids hurting and feeling guilty i let down 13 of my children. those are my kids and i feel horrible for it. the students, i know this is extremely difficult, but they have exceeded the number. >> the sections commissioner says he had a competitive advantage by playing that extra game. they were kept from playing sectionals, and the commissioner wants to make sure they are out of the upcoming state tournament, too. >> you can't just pick and choose on gaven day what it is you're going to follow and not follow. so my obligation is to be as consistent as possible. >> today, the team held a press conference pleading to get in the state tournament. they are circulating a p
Mar 2, 2014 7:00pm PST
: this was not a case of a kid thinking it was a toy and letting it go off by accident? >> rowe: there's no evidence this was anything but intentional. >> stahl: prosecutor michael soccio. >> michael soccio: when he was taken into juvenile hall, he's so little, they didn't have shoes to fit him. so they had to go out and buy him a little pair of tennis shoes. and he asked if he'd be able to keep the shoes when he left, which showed an absolute lack of understanding of what was going to be happening. >> stahl: the department of justice reports only nine cases of a ten-year-old killing a parent since 1980. but then, how many american kids are raised by a nazi? when you heard that the victim was the head of the local nazi organization, did you just think to yourself that that had something to do with it? >> soccio: when i first heard it, i thought there's got to be some connection with nazi views, with guns, with weapons, with violence. >> stahl: hate speech. >> soccio: hate speech, sure. >> stahl: that was just about everyone's assumption. so we set out to discover why jeff hall became a nazi in the f
Mar 1, 2014 5:00am PST
was working a the restaurant and he was like, oh yeah sure why don't you come hang out. yeah. and i loved washing dishes. it was awesome. it's like you, the machine, you're cleaning dish organizing thing, putting all your ducks in a row, you know. as any -- any person does you know, in a job you want to move forward and learn new things. so i wanted to get on the cold apps and hot apps and the grill and saute, and them i decided to go to culinary school. >> one of the things that struck me is you constantly talk about the collective. if you have a great team behind you, you can really achieve anything. is that something you realized in the kitchen or did it take you becoming the top chef and realizing it? >> i believe 100% you cannot do -- i mean it's very rare where you can be really successful at anything without a great team of people working with you, and think that -- i realized that very quickly at madison park in the kitchen there. there's chef hume and will ga dara, you know who oversee a staff of -- there's more than a hundred people. you know 45 cooks. you ca
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5